There are a lot of OTC allergy medications out there, but did you know that only Allegra combines fast, non-drowsy, 24-hour relief in just one dose.
Allegra is also powerful enough to still provide relief even when the pollen levels are off the charts. You can even check out the clinical study they did of Allegra vs. Pollen where they placed patients in a pollen chamber where ragweed pollen levels were maintained 8x higher than the normal “high” level! Even at this high pollen level, Allegra provided clinically important relief* of allergy symptoms in 1 hour.
Unlike some antihistamines, Allegra has no warnings on the package about drowsiness or important daily activities, such as driving or operating machinery.
I was given the opportunity to try out Allegra, and although my allergy symptoms were very short-lived this season (YAY!), Allegra worked wonders on the days that I sneezed 12 times in a row! As much as I love saving money, sometimes the store brand just doesn’t do the trick. I end up taking more pills without the same result. Allegra didn’t disappoint.
There are also a couple coupons out for $4.00/1 Allegra (30 ct+), Allegra-D 12 Hour (20 ct+), or Allegra-D 24 Hour (10 ct+) and $2.00/1 Children’s Allegra, Allegra (5, 12, or 15 ct), Allegra-D 12 Hour (10 ct), Allegra-D 24 Hour (5 ct). That way you can try it out for yourself!
I received a package of Allegra for the purpose of this review. All opinions remain my own.